Dinosaur Training: Lost Secrets of Strength and Development

Dinosaur Training: Lost Secrets of Strength and Development

Brooks Kubik / Nov 19, 2019

Dinosaur Training Lost Secrets of Strength and Development None

  • Title: Dinosaur Training: Lost Secrets of Strength and Development
  • Author: Brooks Kubik
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  • Page: 166
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        Brooks Kubik Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Dinosaur Training: Lost Secrets of Strength and Development book, this is one of the most wanted Brooks Kubik author readers around the world.


    1. Dinosaur Training purports to describe strength training from the age of the "dinosaurs." ie, training from the dawn of modern weightlifting, the late 19th century, up until about the 1950s or so. It's not a bad read. It fired me up when I first read it maybe 8 years ago. Kubik is overly dramatic, with LOTS of UNNECESSARY CAPITAL LETTERS, over the top descriptions of how difficult his sets are (a single barbell curl isn't going to take much out of you, I don't care how much weight is on the bar) [...]

    2. Фитнесът и бодибилдингът владеят спортните зали и стотици хиляди млади и не чак толкова млади напъват уреди, скрипци и дъмбелчета с надеждата да "тонизират", да "стегнат", да "напомпат", да "раздвижат" според сложни, дълги програми с много най-различни упражнения и още повече [...]

    3. Absolute gold."Dinosaur training involves several inter-related principles. Fundamentally, it is a system of strength training. STRENGTH IS EVERYTHING IN DINOSAUR TRAINING." Elements:(Of old school strength training) 1. Hard work 2. Compound, basic exercises 3. Abbreviated training 4. Heavy poundages 5. Progression 6. The proper set/rep scheme 7. Thick handled barbells 8. Grip work 9. Heavy, awkward objects 10. Rack work 11. Concentration 12. Mental toughness • Weight training works! It [...]

    4. Well sir, let me start out by saying that thanks to a combination of "corporate synergy", a fertile dinosaur fossil discovery in Mongolia and the black market underground Stem Cell Research industry in South Korea it is now possible to buy real live dinosaurs from Nordstrom's or Eddie Bauer(catalogue only). Let me also say that the next generation of pet dinosaurs should be engineered mute and house-broken! I bought several for my son, young Throckmorton, and WHAT A MESS! They are constantly fla [...]

    5. Mr. Kubik has a VERY enthusiastic and blunt style, absolutely no quarter is given to the fitness center crowd. This is a very motivational book for the average trainee and has some great routines to boot. However, sometimes the more advanced routines lack balance (pushing heavy) and even though the old timers might have done something (floor presses) that doesn't always necessarily mean it was better. All in all a great read for those looking to be garage weight lifters, motivational and helpful [...]

    6. As a life long Power Lifter, I can say that this is the FINEST book ever written on strength training! I happen to know Brooks, and am most impressed with the amount of information he placed in this book. If you are a "Chrome and Fern" Health Club lifter, and love to wear color coordinated spandex work-out gear, then this book is NOT for you! BUTIf you want to achieve massive strength, and be able to break all personal records, then become a Dinosaur!Semper Fidelis,Pat Dugan USMC (Ret.)

    7. Awful. Constant contradictions and an author who's really far too upset about the use of steroids. Here's the short version:5 heavy curls (total reps) per week with a 3" bar = guaranteed 22" armsDon't train very oftenDo lots of squats and deadlifts with your 10RMCry about people using steroidsDone deal.

    8. Great book for serious lifters. The author, Brooks Kubik is a former competitive power lifter who trains in his basement & his garage. He describes strength building techniques that are useful and easy to understand. I loved this book & highly recommend it for anyone attempting to gain strength and power.

    9. Required reading for any man interested in developing Superhuman levels of strength. Will definitely be impacting the way I train. Read it!

    10. A must read for any serious weightlifter. Even if your approach to training differs from Brooks you will enjoy the stories and references to the "chrome and fern". If your goal is to lift as much weight as possible, then the book will provide some sure fire tips to achieve that end.

    11. This is a great book for any athlete or weightlifting lover. This book gave me a good insight on old school training. I learned a lot on the views of different strongmen in the past. I would recommend this book to anyone who truly wants to train old school like a dinosaur.

    12. Reread it ! This book, which so perfectly aligns with my philosophy of strength training , makes for a perfect companion when the chips are down or you just need to remember why you`re training in the first place .

    13. This book is not about the prose, which isn't great. But it is about an alternative form of strength training that is fun and challenging.

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